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to be more environmentally friendly. >> suzanne: all right, let's move on to. whirlpool, whu. you see this as an early play on the pickup in the housing sector. >> that and pent-up demand from consumers that had delayed big-ticket purchases, whirlpool is arguably the biggest quality brand name in appliances with kitchenaid, maytark whirlpool, but that's an emerging market with 50% exposure to emerging mark where's you're seeing the development of the middle class and the beginnings of purchases of things we take for granted like dish washers and washing machines. >> suzanne: absolutely. you have a financial here that you like, j.p. morgan. what's the attract, j.p.m. on the syne. >> the best managed bank in the world, not just the country, with a fortress-like balance sheet, and with normallized earnings of 6.5 dollars by 2013, this is a very attractive and very cheap stock today. >> suzanne: and you're also counting on aggressive dividend hikes at j.p. morgan, right? >> we think just as they led the banking industry in reducing their dividends, it kind of gave us the all-clear seen to
boosted business by winning them their biggest client today, whirlpool. >> peppercom stood out for a number of things, they had a lot of fun repertoire and things online, and they also at the same time would enter spers professional high level strategic counseling in the midst of all the fun. it made them something special. >> winning whirlpool was because of comedy. audrey actually searched out firms and found us on the web and knew about us a little bit, but saw our comedy workshops that we do, and she got really excited about that. >> comedy has given pepp pepper helping the company's bottom line. >> winning the whirlpool business, was colossal. you coiled say -- i don't want it to come across the wrong way, but you coupled say we're laughing all the way to the bank. >>> so is humor a sound business tool? let's turn to this week's hilarious board of directors. norm brodsky is an inc. magazine columnist and aurry is the ceo of 12 gurus, author of the book "effective gratitude for organizations and individuals," and you are a comedian which is why it makes you so perfect for t
will unfortunately cause turmoil and the whirlpools that will impact not only our two countries but many people far beyond either of our borders. >> they have long standing distances over human rights. the new killer program and restraining north korean military is in. the two nations have good reason to work together. china is america's biggest creditor holding $900 billion in treasury notes. the u.s. is in china's biggest customer. try that built the out japan last year to become the second-largest to the economy. second largest only to the u.s.. right now is a distant second. china's economic ...out look was four times as big. that means china could overtake the u.s. and the next decade or two. not necessarily bad news for the u.s.. china's rising middle-class is developing its own taste for imports and that means more jobs for americans at heart. >> they are growing at twice the rate of growth of our experts. they have a great deal of effort invested. >> they visited in 2006 and president bush invited him to of a working lunch. but many others they never forgave him for the perceived insult. fo
introduces the new whirlpool duet. it works smarter, just like you. save instantly with free standard delivery and haul away. sears. >> verne: again, a reminder tonight on cbs -- >> verne: and we have only 9.5 seconds to go. kansas led until darius morris' shot with five seconds to go in regulation tied it up. and zack novak hit a three but the jayhawks went on an 8-0 run to grab command of this one and they lead now by five, 9.5 to go. >> clark: and marcus morris had five of those eight points, a three-point play and a field goal, so he was the catalyst. >> verne: 65-60, kansas, it would appear, is going to go 15-0. they open big 12 play at iowa state. we've got iowa state and ohio state involved here, as ohio state will come here to crisler arena on wednesday. zack novak, that will be his last foul, that's five. >> clark: outstanding effort by that young man. a double-double, as you mentioned a moment ago. he'll get a nice round of applause, deservedly so. >> verne: 12 points, 11 rebounds. and tyrel reed is at the line. best free-throw shooter for the jayhawks. 91%. i just saw this
they perform live at the sony exhibit, i had a more exciting time with whirlpool's newest appliances. >> this is the top of the line washer and dryer. they have absolutely no buttons on them and you can customize the programs so you can wash everything from a bath mat to baby items to your jeans exactly how you want them. video in the car is not new but the size is. want a video scream in -- screen in small, medium or large? this is believed to be the world's first portable 3-d dvd play and will sell for only $100. and lady, why wear that blue tooth headpiece anymore. >> goes in the ear no radiation, microphone here, and you can retract it back into the case. >> alan: okay. >> leigh: a lot of gadgets there. >> alan: back with the weather, and we'll see the sun. >> leigh: a little more clearing tomorrow as high pressure starts to build in. we smad clearing today. this is a live shot from santa cruz, and you can see they actually saw some sunshine today. temperatures there in the mid-50s. elsewhere, though, the fog has just sat there pretty much all day long. san rafael right now, 39 d
in motion that it's even got whirlpools in it caused by the constant rotation of the earth. and laced through those whirlpools of molten iron, we seem to have these circulating electric currents, okay? so, we've got electricity, electric currents, we've got electricity and we've got metal. what happens when you combine electricity and metal? if you remember what happened in science class when you ran electricity through a hunk of metal. what you got and what you get is a magnetic field. with the right equipment you can capture images of it and you can watch them all day, like we did today. the earth, comes wrapped in a magnetic field, like that. vaguely like that. here's the mind-blowing, awesome times 10, 1300 things about this. the giant magnetic filled, the one we live inside, is changing, changing all the time. check out this practical consequence of that. this is tampa international airport. today before dawn, at tampa international airport they reopened one of the busiest runways. they have been closing runways to adjust the signs, tell pilots zooming in at hundreds of miles an
client to date, whirlpool. >> peppercom stood out for a number of reasons. primarily, they had a lot of fun repertoire and some things they were doing online. and they also at the same time would interspers professional high level counseling in the midst of all of the fun. so it made them something special. >> it's because of comedy. audrey actually searched out firms and found us on the web and knew about us a little bit but saw the comedy workshops we do. she got really excited about that. >> comedy has given peppercom a distinct competitive advantage by improving employee morale, tickling their funny bones and also helping the company's bottom line. >> winning the whirl pool business was colossal. since we got our foot in the door, we represent whirl pool, maytag, amana corporate and global. you could say i don't want to come across the wrong way, but you could say we're laughing all the way to the bank. >> so is humor a sound business tool? let's turn to this week's hilarious board of directors. we have a columnist and the ceo of 12 gurus, an innovation consulting group and autho
-- thunder sleet. >> the unusual situation with this storm is we have got this whirlpool of cold air coming in of upper level storms. this is really a very, very unusual situation for a winter storm. >> let's take a quick look at the warnings. they are widespread. a winter storm warning. taking a look at the white house with one of our cameras, it is a pretty picture, if you are just looking out of a window, like this camera is. >> i think it will be in the order of 7:00 or 11:00. that means that the folks that are out there driving, if you have loved ones, they should be getting home as soon as they can. depending on the back speedboat -- of the exact speed, some areas could be seeing this. >> absolutely. the only thing limiting it is how long it takes to get out of here. if it slows down, it is going to pile up more. >> a very, very fine scale of features. there are going to be some spots with 8 inches, and like we were mentioning online today, it is like a lake effect. >> a thunderstorm. you have torrential rain, while 1 mile away, it may not be that heavy. you may get a two i
minutes. >> while they perform live, i had a more exciting time with whirlpool's newest appliances. >> this the top of the line washer and dryer. there are no buttons on them and you can customize the programs, everything you can wash to baby items to jeans how you want them. >> video in a car is not new but the size is. want a screen, small medium or large? checks out maxel electronics. >> and this is the first portable 3-d player. and why wear that anymore. >> retractable bluetooth headsets, no radiation, microphone there. >> there you go. and one more look at the sunday forecast. >> we're putting the sun back in the sun sn. >> our next newscast starts at 5:00 tonight. stay connected 24/7. have a great sunday. [ female announcer ] why settle for plain bread when you can have pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits? the warm, light delicate lays are like nothing else. add a layer of excitement to your next meal. ♪ and these are the ones you'll love on a friday. pillsbury crescent pizza pockets. with just a few ingredients, you have an easy to make dinner. they're crescents for t
, unfortunately, cause turmoil and whirlpools that will impact not just our two countries but many people far beyond either of our borders. >> if the u.s. and china are going to row in the same direction, they're going to need to work out one of their biggest issues. many people in the u.s. accuse china of deliberately undervaluing its currency. the result is that u.s. goods are more expensive in china and chinese goods are much cheaper in the u.s. stan grant joins me now from cnn beijing to talk more about that. hi, stan. let's deal with the currency issue here. why is it so crucial? >> look over my shoulder, zain. behind me you can see a sparkling city. there are cities that are growing every year in beijing. tens of millions of people moving from the countryside to the cities, and for that the economy needs to -- the government needs to provide employment for people making this transition to the cities. they do that by exporting. you get an export advantage when your currency is lower. that's why china's been able to keep the currency low to try to provide that exported value. the united s
with whirlpool's appliances. >> this is top of the line washer and drier. look how sleek. absolutely no buttons on them. you can customize the programs so you can wash everything from bath mats to baby items to your jeans exactly how you want them. >> video in the car is not new but the size it. want the video in small, medium or large? check out electronics. the world's first portable 3-d dvd player and it will sell for only a hundred bucks. why wear that ugly blue tooth air piece anymore. >> retractible blue tooth head set. goes in the ear. no radiation, microphone here and retract it right back into the case. >> more reaction to the deadly shooting in tucson, arizona. what local representatives have to say about the attack and what could have been done to prevent it. details emerges about the suspect in that shooting. some of the videos he posted ♪ >>> in the news this sunday in
introduces the new whirlpool duet. it worksmarter, just like you. save instantly with free standard delivery and haul away. ars. should we order panda blossom, panda moon... how about chinese at home with wanchai ferry? you can make it in just 14 minutes. mmmh, orange chicken. great. i didn't feel like going out anyway. [ male announcer ] wanchai ferry. restaurant quality chinese in your grocer's freezer. >>> joining me now here in washington, author and presidential historian richard norton smith. thank you for joining us. these two speeches, from president kennedy and dwight david eisenhower days apart, apply them to today, to in particular the eisenhower peach is so interesting as it applies to the republican party today. >> well, that's the great irony, because of those two speeches, there's no doubt that the kennedy inaugural is the more familiar. still quoted. it's probably the inaugural address against which all others are measured. it has the greatest sound bite. we just saw it probably in modern presidential history, and yet it is the eisenhower message, particularly his warning abo
, i had a more exciting time with whirlpool's newest appliances. >> this is the top of the line washer and dryer. no buttons on them and you can customize the programs so you can wash anything from a bath mat to baby items to your jeans exactly how you want them. >> video in the car is not new but the size is. want a video screen in small, medium or large? check out electronics. kobe has the world's first portable 3-d dvd player and it will sell for only a hundred bucks. ladies, why wear that ugly blue tooth anymore. >> retractible blue tooth head set. goes in the ear, no radiation, microphone here and retract it right back in. >> and here's lisa argen back with another look at the accu-weather forecast. >> some pretty nice pictures out there from high above and also from the sierra nevada. looking at some snow out there. haven't seen any new snow in a while. but at least we'll see some sun today. it's been sort of hit or miss with the fog there and some afternoon sun and temperatures right now truckee minus 2 with haze, pretty cool. mount tam high above 13,000 foot aversion. that's wh
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and whirlpools that will impact not just our two countries, but many people far beyond either of our borders. this is not a relationship that fits neatly into the black and white categories like friend or rival. we are two complex nations with very different histories, with profoundly different political systems, and outlooks. but there is a lot about our people that reminds us of each other. an energy, an entrepreneurial dinynamism dynamism, we are both deeply invested in the current order and we both have much more to gain from cooperation than from conflict. now, that doesn't mean we will pot not be competitors. that's the nature of human endeavors. it is who we are as people. but there are ways of doing it that are more likely to benefit than not. a peaceful and prosperous asia pacific region is in the interests of both china and united states. a thriving america is good for china and a thriving china is good for america. our friends and allies across the asia pacific region. they also want to move beyond outdated zero sum formulas that might force them to choose between relations with b
and whirlpool that is will impact not just our two countries, but many people far beyond either of our borders. this is not a relationship that fits neatly into the black and white categories like friend or rival. we are two complex nations with very different histories, profoundly different political systems and outlooks. but there's a lot about our people that reminds us of each other. an energy, an entrepreneurial dynamism, a commitment to a better future for one's children and grandchildren. we are both deeply invested in the current order. and we both have much more to gain from cooperation than from conflict. now that doesn't mean we will not be competitors. that's the nature of human endeavors. it's who we are as people, but there are ways of doing it that are more likely to benefit than not. a peaceful and prosperous asia pacific region is in the interest of both china and the united states. a thriving america is good for china and a thriving china is good for america. our friends and allies across the asia pacific region would agree. they also want to move beyond outdated, zero-sum fo
and whirlpools that will impact not just our two countries but many people far beyond either of our borders. >> let's talk about this right now. the u.s./china connection, with our senior political analyst david gergen. this summit meeting next week, david, is going to be very important. who has the upper hand right now? the chinese or the u.s.? >> right now china has the growing momentum and they've been much more aggressive toward the united states even as warnings are coming from secretary clinton and timothy geithner the treasury secretary the chinese are pushing us too. i think what secretary clinton did today was very much put human rights on the agenda. there has been criticism of president obama for not being tough enough on china. clearly he is going to ratchet it up because the president of china comes here with a nobel prize winner, peace prize winner, in prison. that is the first time the president of the united states has ever entertained another head of state who has a nobel peace prize winner in prison. >> but they have a lot of our treasury notes right now, the chinese, so t
and whirlpools that will impact not just our two countries but many people, far beyond either of our borders. >> reporter: that's because china's trading clout translates into financial clout. today china is by far america's biggest foreign creditor holding $900 billion in u.s. debt. another milestone, china beat out japan in 2010 to become the world's second largest economy, second only to the u.s. but it's a distant second for now. china's economic output last year was just one-third of the output of the u.s., even though china's population is four times as big. meaning china could overtake the u.s. in the next decade or two. but with the spectacular growth comes accusations that china doesn't play fair by keeping labor costs low and pegging its exchange rate to the dollar, making chinese goods far cheaper to american consumers. but china's growth has also fueled a growing chinese middle class that may be just as eager to spend their new wealth on goods and services to better their lives, and u.s. companies are taking notice. >> the united states is on track to export more than $100 billio
turmoil and will pose -- and whirlpool's that will impact not only our individual countries, but those within and without our borders. we are two complex nations with very different histories, with profoundly different political systems and outlooks. but there is a lot about our people that reminds us of each other. it is an energy, an entrepreneur of dynamism, a commitment to a better future for one's children and grandchildren. we're both deeply invested in the current order and we both have much more to gain from cooperation than from conflict. that does not mean that we will not be competitors. that is the nature of human endeavors. it is who we are as people. but there are ways of doing it that are more likely to benefit than not. a peaceful and prosperous asia pacific region is in the interest of both china and the united states. a thriving american is good for china and a thriving china is go for america. our friends and allies across the asia-pacific region would agree. they also want to move beyond outdated zero-sum formulas that might force them to choose between relations wi
, whirlpool and g.e., and other manufacturers as well to manufacture things here in america and do so profitably, that they can make a quality product here with skimmed labor, well educated -- skilled labor, well educated labor, that will produce a higher product, higher productivity and therefore result in profits. and i want to congratulate the gentleman from california, former state leader in california, still a great leader from california, but he's come to this body just a few years ago to succeed ellen tauscher who became an assistant assist of state. he has done an extraordinary job and his focus on make it in america agenda. and i thank him for his leadership and his focus. and i want to thank mr. ellison and mr. pallone and mr. tonko for their focus, because i think we are on the right track on this. i think our republican colleagues will join us as partners, not to take partisan credit for this, but that america will be advantaged, america's people will be advantaged. the reduction of our deficit as we grow the economy will be advantaged and we will see an america that is on
or we will cause turmoil and will pose -- and whirlpool's that will impact not only our individual countries, but those within and without our borders. we are two complex nations with very different histories, with profoundly different political systems and outlooks. but there is a lot about our people that reminds us of each other. it is an energy, an entrepreneur of dynamism, a commitment to a better future for one's children and grandchildren. we're both deeply invested in the current order and we both have much more to gain from cooperation than from conflict. that does not mean that we will not be competitors. that is the nature of human endeavors. it is who we are as people. but there are ways of doing it that are more likely to benefit than not. a peaceful and prosperous asia pacific region is in the interest of both china and the united states. a thriving american is good for china and a thriving china is good for america. our friends and allies across the asia-pacific region would agree. they also want to move beyond outdated zero-sum formulas that might force them to choo
are in the same boat. we will either rowe in the same direction or unfortunately cause turmoil or whirlpool's double impact -- that will impact our countries and others far beyond our borders. this is not a relationship that fits neatly into the black and white categories like friend or rival. we are two complex nations with very different histories, profoundly different political systems and outlooks. but there is a lot about our people that reminds us of each other. there is an energy, and entrepreneurial dynamism, its commitment to a better future for our children and grandchildren. we're both deeply invested in the current quarter. we have much more to gain from cooperation and conflict. that does not mean we will not be competitors. that is the nature of human endeavors. it is who we are as people. but there are ways of doing it that are more likely to benefit than not. a peaceful and prosperous asia- pacific region is in the interest of both china and the united states. a thriving america is good for china. a thriving china is good for america. our friends and allies across the asia-p
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